Monthly Archives: March 2014

What Do I Do Now?

(Sermon offered for Palm Sunday, 2014) What do I do now? Returning to bed, after a short trip to the bathroom, with her brown eyes sparkling in curiosity, my grandmother asks: What do I do now? My mother, or my … Continue reading

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How to Write Your Unitarian Universalist Testimony

“Only by….conversion can we be possessed by a love that will not let us go.”¬† – James Luther Adams, in “Root Ideas of Human Freedom” My colleague Joanna Fontaine Crawford posted this article, along with an invitations to¬†Unitarian Universalists to … Continue reading

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Talking Money in Church

My very first social hour at Foothills, the one where my family and I were introduced to the community in May of 2012, I declared my unabashed love for stewardship and finance related ministry to a small group of folks … Continue reading

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